The nature playbook: R62-465/2016E-PDF

take action to connect a new generation of Canadians with nature.

The Nature Playbook was initiated and supported by the Canadian Parks Council, working together with a group of citizensfrom around the country. Everyone involved in this project is dedicated to connecting a new generation with Nature. This work results from commitments made at the 2014 meeting of Canada’s ministers responsible for federal, provincial and territorial parks in Toronto, Ontario. It is the follow-up action piece to a previous publication: Connecting Canadians with Nature—An Investment in the Well-Being of our Citizens, published in 2014.

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Department/Agency Parks Canada.
Title The nature playbook
Subtitle take action to connect a new generation of Canadians with nature.
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Issued also in French under title: Sortons jouer dans la nature : une stratégie pour rapprocher la nouvelle génération canadienne de la nature par le jeu. The catalogue number (R62-465/2016E) and ISBN (978-0-660-05644-9) for the print edition have been copied in this electronic publication. "Pick up the Playbook. Plan your play. Make a difference."--Cover.
Date 2016.
Number of Pages 45 p. :
ISBN 978-0-660-05643-2
Catalogue Number
  • R62-465/2016E-PDF
Subject Terms Nature conservation, Parks